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To Whom It May Concern

A Live Monthly Show

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PODCAST PALOOZA!

PODCAST SELECTION 2015 (1)

 

To Whom It May Concern is thrilled to announce that we have been accepted into the HEAR Now Festival in Kansas City, MO.

HEAR Now is the audio equivalent of a film festival for contemporary audio story-telling in all its forms: live and scripted solo performances, multi-voiced performance, classic radio drama, experimental narrative, and much more. This four-day Festival will offer a multi-faceted program showcasing the many forms of audio fiction and sound art story-telling in theaters and other “listening” venues. The Festival will present audio fiction programs that exemplify traditions of craftsmanship, as well as aesthetic and technological innovation. 

Several of our podcasts will be aired at Hear Now starting June 11th at noon. www.hearnowfestival.org

 

FEBRUARY’S PODCAST AND TONIGHT’S SHOW!

The February podcast has arrived and you have enough time to listen to it before coming to a brand new live show TONIGHT!

8pm at The Lyric Hyperion Theater and Cafe.

KATIE FERRARA AND SOME VETERAN IMPROVISERS!

Saturday May 2nd Katie Ferrara will join the letter show to provide the soundtrack for the evening. We will also see the return of Chris Sheets and Grant Baciocco. The last time they were on the show they improvised letters as Victorian Crime Fighters. We can’t wait to see what they come up with (on the spot) Saturday.

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LETTERS FOR MAY

Saturday May 2nd sees the return of a few favourites and some new stand-outs!

Ray Barnhart read a letter back in February 2014 from an old Bible College friend. Ray returns with more letters involving his Alma Mater.

Jill Demby Guest shared a heart felt letter she wrote to her beloved who had recently passed away and she follows up that letter with a companion piece.

Joining the May 2nd line-up are Lisa Malone, Jayne Entwistle and the voice of GI Joe, Bill Ratner.

Tickets available on-line

 

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Ray Barnhart

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APRIL 4th BATCH OF LETTERS

Allyson Adams wrote a beautiful and heart-felt letter to Paris Jackson after Paris’ 2013 suicide attempt, empathizing with her loss and certainly a loss felt around the World, she will share that letter April 4th!

Robin Roberts returns to the letter show with an admonishing letter from Mattel about appropriate Barbie Fan Club etiquette!

Steve La Rue and Laura Parker round out the line-up along with a letter by To Whom It May Concern Producer, Jayne Entwistle. Add Adam Levy’s music to the mix and the brilliant quirk of improviser Ben Siemon and it’s sure to be a cracking night at To Whom It May Concern!

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ADAM LEVY AT APRIL 4th LETTER SHOW!

To Whom It May Concern is thrilled to have an artist of Levy’s caliber at the next letter show not only to play his own music but to accompany the letters as well!

“Adam Levy has mastered the guitar and its versatility. He writes, performs, teaches and probably sleeps with a guitar. He is in heavy demand as a session player and a touring band member by top performers. Levy’s guitar work has appeared on recordings by Norah Jones, Tracy Chapman, Amos Lee, Sex Mob, Ani DiFranco and many others. He has performed onstage with all of these artists — as well as with Rosanne Cash, Lisa Loeb, Dan Hicks, and Darol Anger to name a few… his most recent album, Portuguese Subtitles, is number six… Adam is truly a Renaissance Man with a guitar.” —Vents magazine

Check out Adam Levy’s music http://adamlevy.com/

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FIRST PODCAST OF THE YEAR!

Christine Schoenwald returns to the letter show with letters to and from her childhood days at camp!

Jayne Entwistle, a To Whom It May Concern Producer, reads a letter to her Uncle Al about the time he almost arrested her, twice!
 
Kevin Berntson improvises a letter based on the audiences answers to the following prompts, name a chain store: “Best Buy” and name an object you would find at Best Buy:  “an adapter”
 
Tanya McClure reads a no holds barred letter to her body.
 
Eric Weston returns to the letter show under the guise of reprising his toilet training his cats letter. what he really had in mind was an epic first for the letter show and quite possibly an epic last!
 
The musician for this episode was none other than Gyasi Ross www.gyasiross.com
Listen Now:

AARON SPELLING, LETTERS FROM MOTHER AND THE BIZARRE ANTICS OF HOLLYWOOD!

Saturday March 7th has a great assortment of letters, improv and music! Colleen Smith returns to improvise the letter and the last time she was on the show she improvised a twisted friend break-up letter, remember?

Carolyn Martone has a letter she wrote as a child to Aaron Spelling and it is priceless! Victoria Delaney shares letters only a Mother could write (or someone perfectly impersonating her Mother – she has those too)

Will Link had an awkward encounter with a celebrity and has written a letter to said celeb.

Erin Rodman slayed us with her letter to her first Hollywood boss. She returns to the letter show with a letter to…her second Hollywood boss.

Aaron Gilmartin played the letter show over a year ago and we’re so glad he’s back as the musical guest.

Jayne Entwistle, letter show producer, will read a letter about the time she cleaned house for Ned Beatty!

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Jayne Entwistle

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DOUBLE THE DELIGHT!

The November and December Podcasts are here. Double the letters, double the fun.

 

NEXT LETTER SHOW MARCH 7th!

The March 7th letter show is already gearing up to be fantastic! Erin Rodman will return with a letter to her second Hollywood boss and if her previous letter to her first Hollywood boss is any indication, we’re in for a treat!

Carolyn Martone has a letter she wrote as a young girl to…Aaron Spelling and it is Just. Too. Much!

Purchase your advance tickets at Brown Paper Tickets and stay tuned for what other letters find a place in the next show!

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